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  • Title: Spirit and Matter: Lecture V: The Riddles of Soul and World in the German Cultural Life
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    • tenacious of metabolism it is the true, inner, and invisible
    • body which is present in all visible materiality. The other
    • Now, as to Fichte an invisible body lives in the usual body,
    • invisible body the etheric body that forms and develops the
    • single material particles of this visible body. Fichte is so
    • this death process. He remains after the last, visible act of
    • was and belonged to his substance during the visible life. He
    • returns to the invisible world only at death, or rather,
    • persevering in all visible, — he has only removed a form
    • have shown that Fichte advances to such an invisible body from
    • that the human being works on the configuration of an invisible
    • Inner etheric processes that happen in the invisible body and
    • etheric-invisible. The deeper researchers always suspected this
  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • the true, inner, invisible, but in all visible substantiality
    • of outer material substance, an invisible body, and this
    • invisible body we might also call the etheric body; an etheric
    • visible body into their form, which sculpts them, forms them.
    • after this last, for us still visible act of the living
    • which was his and belonged to his substance during his visible
    • life. He only returns in death into the invisible world, or
    • actually endures within all that is visible — he has
    • simply stripped off a particular form of the visible. ‘To be
    • soul realm to such an invisible body. It is interesting to note
    • between birth and death, works on the formation of an invisible
    • which occur in the invisible body, about which we have just
    • in the invisible etheric. It is this which, in the time

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